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Posted by Matt Egan 16 April 2014

Passwords don't work: here's four ways to fix them

Here are four new password alternatives that are already starting to happen, plus their strengths and weaknesses.

Posted by Chris Martin 15 April 2014

PCs vs consoles: PCs still pwn when it comes to gaming (and everything else)

Consoles are great but here's why PCs will always be better for gaming.

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Posted by David Court 14 April 2014

Five reasons you shouldn't buy the Samsung Galaxy S5: other high-end smartphones don't have these problems

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a good smartphone, but it's not as great as it should be. Here's 5 reasons why you shouldn't buy the Samsung Galaxy S5.

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Posted by Neil Bennett 11 April 2014

This mist-covered table is the nearest yet to Minority Report's holoscreen

We’ve seen some wacky ideas over the years but a fog-based display system is a new one to us.

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Posted by Chris Martin 11 April 2014

Samsung Galaxy S5 video review: Are a fingerprint scanner and heart rate monitor enough?

Check out what the new Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone has to offer in our video review.

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Posted by Matt Egan 10 April 2014

Microsoft, XP, and the reverse Innovator's Dilemma

Microsoft failed to change its model when the going was good. And now XP users will not be persuaded to change.

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Posted by Neil Bennett 09 April 2014

The big flaw in tech parables that tell us faster is always better

What that story about the boy given detention for his snapping his homework on his smartphone really tells us.

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Posted by Chris Martin 07 April 2014

LG G Flex video review: The curved screen smartphone tries to impress

The LG G Flex has a curved screen, but is it any good? Take a look in our video review.

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Posted by Neil Bennett 04 April 2014

The Internot: 10 journalists imagine what would happen if the Internet stopped working tomorrow

Imagine if the Internet stopped working tomorrow. Would you be scared or liberated, bored, lost or finding new ways to experience the real world?

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Posted by Neil Bennett 04 April 2014

3Doodler hands-on review: available in the UK on April 12

The 3Doodler is a pen that allows you to draw in 3D. It use 3D printer technology but works like something you’d buy from an art shop – and is just a heck of a lot of fun.

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Amazon 3D smartphone release date, price and spec: The hologram phone?

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You're never alone with a clone: How the App Store got taken over by copycats

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PCs vs consoles: PCs still pwn when it comes to gaming (and everything else)

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The art of rebranding: Creative agency The Neighbourhood explains how & why it rebranded